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agreement on seven different occasions -- australia, guatemala, haiti, honduras, japan, korea and the philippines. congress has approved status of forces agreements three additional times. congress actually voted and approved marshall islands, micronesia and palau. now, senator webb, i think he might be able to come over tonight, really raised his concerns about this. senator webb expressed concern in the armed services committee that the afghannist and the parliament vote on the armed forces agreement but our congress is not voting on the status of the forces agreement. senator webb is a cosponsor of this amendment. and just to have that agreement, it's full and complete agreement that commits the united states to be fully reported to the congress of the united states i don't think is too much to ask. right now we don't have any indication that that would happen. there is some opposition to it, but why would that be a problem? why would the administration not want congress to know what our commitments are and what we would be expected to support? so i believe it's a good amen
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